The Teradata Unified Data Architecture (UDA) helps achieve a unified, 360-degree view of data in order to: turn previously invisible opportunities into actionable insights, power organizational opportunities by more effectively organizing, storing/leveraging data, and make smarter business decisions based on deep and relevant insights.
Primary Use Cases
Cross-Platform Access to Data and Analytic Engines, Integrated Big Data Analytics, Hadoop for the Enterprise
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